|Jour Apres Jour - Asaguare|
Alternative Classic The french title 'Jour après jour' means 'day after day' and the music describes the fluent ups and downs of days passing by. Although I engrafted a good amount of unusual harmony changes, these inflections aren't conspicuous in such a traditionally composed environment. Btw: this orchestral Essay is my 100th audio production since I started sequencing in december 2007. A centennial jubilee someway needed a touch of classic, so it came out with accordant instrumentation, par...
Keywords: alternative; classic; instrumental; orchestra
|Canonu Tribaroq - Asaguare|
Chamber music study; classical woven canon with English horn, oboe and flute, accompanied by contrabass, guitar and percussion. The idea for this Baroque tune dates back to the 70s when I was sitting in a school room, being pretty much bored (must have been chemistry or history). Always used to draw sketches or write down musical stuff in class. Most of these papers are lost, but some have outlasted, collected in an old box...
Keywords: instrumental; classic; baroque; canon
|Flight Of Red Bird - Asaguare|
Synthrock Classical style synth tune with jazzrock drums, inspired by the painting of a Russian artist.
Keywords: instrumental; classic; synth; rock
|Hesperanca - Asaguare|
Processed voices over diffuse strings. Vocals: Jen Shyu E-Cello: Bela Emerson
Keywords: experimental; avantgarde; classic; noise; vocals
|Fmoub - Asaguare|
Free Jazz - Avantgarde essay in A Minor. If you don't feel comfortable with the first few bars then better skip this tune - it won't become less complex thereafter. Actually it's a pretty straight 7/8 beat and harmonically far from atonal, so at least the Jazz fans among us might like it; in particular its uncommon classical chamber music instrumentation. Strings: Ronald Brunce Smith, Peter Sculthorpe Drums: Bill Ray
Keywords: experimental; avantgarde; jazz; classic; strings; instrumental
|Thymiom - Asaguare|
Drum'n'bass mashup with epic vocals. Part 4 (of 5) in the 'Nucleobase' series, a compilation of experimental Electronica-influenced tracks.
Keywords: alternative; electronica; dancefloor; classic; vocals; latin; synth
|Ondine - Asaguare|
Dared impressionistic fusion of dark IDM and classic: Dynamic piano lines (partly processed), framed by a primitive machinery beat. Not everyone's gusto, I know. However, I didn't want to come up with anything mainstreamy that day, and this one reflects pretty much the mood I was in. Theme: Joseph-Maurice Ravel - Ondine (from Gaspard de la nuit, 1908)
Keywords: instrumental; industrial; noise; classic; piano; soundscape
|Synallegro - Asaguare|
Electrodub flow, embedding a Rachmaninoff Prelude (Opus 32, No. 12 in G sharp minor).
Keywords: instrumental; ambient; electronica; dub; classic; piano; rachmaninoff; prelude; chill
|Pangaea Calling - Asaguare|
Experimental Psychedelic Classic. Weird composition, including solar and polar storm frequency samples and clusters à la Ligeti. If you liked Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey", you'll probably like this tune as well.
Keywords: vocals; choir; pad; noise; solar; storm; polar; experimental; psychedelic; classic
|Zoua - Asaguare|
Orchestral ambience with harmonized voice waves. Balancing between arcane phrases and smooth transitions; a fragile yet melliferous and slightly psychedelic dreamscape sound carpet.
Keywords: experimental; ambient; classic; orchestra; psychedelic; vocals; soundscape; chill
|Fenifracti - Asaguare|
One of my first experimental classic tunes with vocal fragments by Fenix. Quite atmospheric and chilling.
Keywords: experimental; classic; dark; soundscape; vocals; spoken; english; chill
|Reverie - Asaguare|
Schumann's Reverie as postmodern version in a dadaistic, freejazzy and surreal environment. In contrast to many other projects where I used human vocals, this one features seal voices. Not the typical type of vocal track, but these singing and groaning beasts are just too compelling, don't you think?
Keywords: instrumental; experimental; avantgarde; dada; jazz; classic; schumann; piano; soundscape
|Whole Lotta Rain - Asaguare|
Sitting in a bus stop on a rainy day. Theme: Frederic Chopin (Raindrop-Prelude no. 15, D flat Major)
Keywords: experimental; instrumental; synth; classic; chopin; prelude; soundscape; rain; chill
|Lissel - Asaguare|
Orchestral cluster, embedding a traditional German folk tune. Dedicated to my grandmother Lissel (1911-1981).
Keywords: experimental; orchestra; classic; retro; strings; cluster; ethno; folk; vocals; german; soundscape
|A Girl Like You - Asaguare|
Ambient post-modern poetry setting over atmospheric detuned piano. Piano theme: Joseph-Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) Vocals, lyrics: Elaine Sharp
Keywords: experimental; piano; classic; minimal; postmodern; vocoder; vocals; lyrics; poem; poetry; english; chill
|Iyula - Asaguare|
Relaxing Japanese ballad with epic touch (long version). Vocals, lyrics: Yula Yayoi Orchestral pad: Alex Baranowski
Keywords: ambient; minimal; world; ethno; downtempo; orchestral; classic; epic; strings; pad; ethno; ballad; vocals; lyrics; japanese; chill
|Ave Maria - Asaguare|
Arrangement of Charles Gounod's Ave Maria (based on Prelude No.1 in C by Bach).
Keywords: minimal; electronica; piano; classic; bach; prelude; gounod; maria; sacral; virgin; glitch; synth
|Retrolakme - Asaguare|
Electronica Modernized interpretation of The Flower Duet from opera Lakmé, written by Léo Delibes (1836-1891).
Keywords: electronica; retro; classic; opera; delibes; flower duet
|Totentanz - Asaguare|
Haunting poetry setting. Lyrics: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Speaker: Klaus Kinski
Keywords: experimental; classic; poetry; poem; german; goethe; soundscape